8 Channel Cervical Spine Array for 7 T

8 Channel Cervical Spine Array for 7 T

Description

  • phased array for cervical spine application
  • 8 independent channels
  • sensitive area C1-C7
  • transmit SENSE capable
  • B0‑field strength 7T
  • anatomically shaped coil housing
  • approx. housing dimensions: 52 x 49 x 17 cm (l/w/h)
  • approx. weight: 8 kg (without interface)
  • individually adaptable to different MR systems
  • no medical device

For a quotation on this coil please contact us.

Caution! Investigational device limited by Federal (or United States) Law to investigational use only.

Important note! For Siemens TERRA this product is exclusively available through Siemens Healthcare.


Image Courtesy:

A. Massire, V. Callot, CRMBM-CEMEREM, Marseille, France  

Datasheet

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Publications

Roussel, Y. Le Fur, M. Guye, P. Viout, J.P. Ranjeva, V. Callot: Respiratory-gated quantitative MR spectroscopy of the human spinal cord at 7 T. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2022) 

NJ. Laines Medina, C. Gros, J. Cohen-Adad, V. Callot, A. Le Troter: 2D Multi-Class Model for Gray and White Matter Segmentation of the cervical spinal cord at 7T. arXiv (preprint 2021) View publication

Callot, A. Massire, M. Guye, S. Attarian, A. Verschueren: Visualization of gray matter atrophy and anterior corticospinal tract signal hyperintensity in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis using 7T MRI. Neurology (2021) 96(23):1094-95

Lévy, PH. Roche, M. Guye, V. Callot: Feasibility of human spinal cord perfusion mapping using Dynamic Susceptibility Contrast imaging at 7T: preliminary results and identified guidelines. Magn Reson Med (2021) 85(3):1183-1194, doi: 10.1002/mrm.28559

A. Massire, H. Rasoanandrianina, M. Guye, V. Callot: Anterior fissure, central canal, posterior septum and more: new insights into the cervical spinal cord gray and white matter regional organization using T1 mapping at 7T. Neuroimage (2020) 205: 116275. View publication

Lévy S, Rapacchi S, Massire A, et al.: Intravoxel Incoherent Motion at 7 Tesla to quantify human spinal cord perfusion: Limitations and promises. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2020) DOI: 10.1002/mrm.28195

A. Massire et al.: Feasibility of Single-Shot Multi-Level Multi-Angle Diffusion Tensor Imaging of the Human Cervical Spinal Cord at 7T.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2018) DOI: 10.1002/mrm.27087

Massire et al.: MR imaging of the cervical spinal cord at 7T: a multiparametric portfolio.
MAGNETOM Flash, 70, 112 – 119 (2018)

A. Massire et al.: Feasibility of Single-Shot Multi-Level Multi-Angle Diffusion Tensor Imaging of the Human Cervical Spinal Cord at 7T. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 00:00–00 (2018)  and

A. Massire et al.:  High-resolution multi-parametric quantitative magnetic resonance imaging of the human cervical spinal cord at 7T.
NeuroImage, doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2016.08.055 (2016)
all with RAPID Biomedical coil # P-H08L-070-01608-001 V01

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